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"Babies in Toyland"
Season 9, Episode 161-162
Babies in Toyland
Production code: 903
Airdate: September 24, 2002 (video release)
December 12, 2002 (TV premiere)
Written by: Mark Palmer
Monica Piper
Rick Gitelson
Eryk Casemiro
Directed by: Broni Likomanov
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"Babies in Toyland" is an hour-length special that serves as the 161st and 162nd episodes of Rugrats, and also the third Christmas-themed episode of the series. It was originally released as a direct-to-video special on September 24, 2002, before airing on YTV and Nickelodeon on December 12th of the same year. The episode's title is a reference to that of the operetta Babes in Toyland.


For Dil's first Christmas, the babies and their families take a trip to a winter wonderland designed by Stu, complete with a mechanical snow-making machine and Santa. Angelica confronts the actor playing him and acts so obnoxious that it causes him to quit, while Tommy and the gang try to save the day. Meanwhile, Stu's snow making machine malfunctions and causes the adults to get trapped inside a makeshift log cabin.


  • This special features Paul Reubens, best known as Pee-Wee Herman, as the voice of Hermie the Elf.
  • This episode has three official episode numbers -- "158" is for part 1, "159" is for part 2, and "991" is for the special as a whole.
  • In the episode's description on the back of the box for the Rugrats: Christmas VHS, it mentions that Christmasland "could finally put Pickles on the map." This is the first and only time Stu's business is referred to as a website.
  • Tommy got his first camera in this episode (though in All Grown Up!, it is revealed he first used it at age 32 months).

Home video releases

  • Rugrats: Christmas
  • Nick Jr. Holiday
  • NickToons Christmas
  • Rugrats: Holiday Celebration
  • Rugrats: The Best of Season 9
  • Rugrats: Season 9


Voice actor Character
Cheryl Chase Angelica Pickles
E. G. Daily Tommy Pickles
Nancy Cartwright Chuckie Finster
Kath Soucie Phil and Lil DeVille
Betty DeVille
Dionne Quan Kimi Watanabe-Finster
Tara Strong Dil Pickles
Melanie Chartoff Didi Pickles
Jack Riley Stu Pickles
Michael Bell Chas Finster
Julia Kato Kira Watanabe-Finster
Paul Reubens Hermie
Jim Belushi Department store Santa

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